Glencore, the world’s largest commodity corporation, is suspected of corruption in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and is expected to be sued on that… Read More »“Relationships” in Congo – Corruption allegations against Glencore
In May this year, commodity giants BP and Glencore, as well as their investors, received an open letter from the British environmental organization ClientEarth that… Read More »ClientEarth questions BP and Glencore’s predictions for oil and coal.
The Swiss-based mining company Glencore, has given up looking for survivors after a wall collapse at their open-pit Katanga mine in the Democratic Republic of… Read More »Glencore: Seven dead in mining accident in Democratic Republic of Congo.
In February 2015, Glencore´s joint venture with Dan Gertler´s Fleurette Group, Mutanda Mining, acquired a further concession for copper and cobalt mining in the Democratic… Read More »Glencore: Another opaque mining deal in DRC
While the UN prepares for a new climate agreement in Paris and the G7 nations make the first clear steps towards climate change mitigation, Glencore has been… Read More »Glencore and climate change: increasing coal investments
The role of Colombia as a worldwide exporter of coal has grown significantly over the past 15 years. After Russia and the United States, Colombia is… Read More »Coal from Columbia: Pollution and paramilitary violence